Above Image: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Quark (Armin Shimmerman)
Who said the Transformers movies are "car commercial-looking?" What does it look like when Spock Lulz? Where can you wear Tony Stark's armor? When will we learn Doctor Who's name? How has social media ruined Luke Skywalker's life?
In honor of "Q" day in the A-Z Challenge I present five funny pictures of everyone's favorite Ferengi: Quark from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
While Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill are more than willing to talk about Star Wars VII, Harrison Ford Won’t Answer ‘Star Wars’ Questions (via /Film)
Facebook reveals Darth Vader's deepest secret
Incredibly detailed Spock statue by artist Jordu Schell (via Geek Tyrant)
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS - Shot for Shot Sweded Trailer (via Geek Tyrant)
The 50th Anniversary episode of Doctor Who may have a trio of villains: Zygons, Daleks and the Cybermen (via Huffington Post)
The May 18th episode called "The Name of the Doctor" will lead up to the Anniversary. Steven Moffat, head writer and executive producer on Doctor Who, says, "The 50th starts here. The Doctor's secret is out -and everything's going to change." There's also a rumor that they'll be featuring the other Doctors by digitally inserting him into old episodes, which sucks because they never told the actors. (via Virgin Media)
Disneyland’s ‘Iron Man 3’ Exhibit Opens To The Public gives you a close up look at his armor and includes a virtual game that let's you wear his armor. Watch the video. (via Collider)
Lego Iron Man 3 Posters
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES
ODDS and ENDS
- Theater Owners Begin Cutting Employee Work Hours To Avoid Paying For Health Care (via Deadline)
- NBC's Superhero Drama HEROES Could Make a Comeback with the new characters and stories on XBOX (via Geek Tyrant)
- We've talked about Voyage Trekkers before and the next season begins May 1st! Press release: "The new Voyage Trekkers Podcast, 'On The Bridge', dives deeper into the
world of Voyage Trekkers and the people who make it. Hosted by cast
member Jenna Leigh Scarborough (Ensign Adams), topics include interviews
with the cast and crew, writing the series, visual effects, coverage
from the Phoenix Comicon, and much more. Check out the first episode
- Transformers director Michael Bay complained about other robot movies, like Guillermo del Toro's Pacific Rim, being a "rip-off." del Toro responded, "We are far, far, far away from that in a very willing fashion. For good or bad, this is my movie...The fights don't occur in well-lit, supercool, car commercial-looking environments." Ooo burn! (via Blastr)
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